Speed Goat is a golden ale loaded with 2-row and C-15 on the malt side and featuring subtle use of Willamette hops for bittering and aroma. Locally produced Bryant Honey from Worland provides a crisp dryness with a slight honey finish. Easy drinking for folks born and raised on lighter fare, the Speed Goat may go fast, just like its namesake
Pack Saddle Porterpours a dark reddish caramel color, with a thick, fine-bubbled head. The malt-driven backbone provides a subtle sweetness and is well balanced by Galena and Chinook hops, a familiar friend for Porter fans and an easy first step for others.
Outlaw Amber pours a dark copper color with a dense, pillowy head. The malt bill includes a thoughtful lineup of 2-Row, C60, C120, and Chocolate Malt for flavor and color, and Dextrapils for body and head retention. It is lightly hopped with high alpha Bravo hops early on and Mt. Hood for aroma later in the boil.
The IPA with NO Name sports Amarillo and Cascade hops, providing a big citrus and grapefruit aroma and flavor up front. The use of nothing but premium American hops throughout the brewing process gives this beer a smoother finish, while still maintaining a level of assertive bitterness that is expected of an American IPA. This is balanced by Crystal and Biscuit malts, giving a complex and slightly bready malt back.
Huck n Tuck Wheat pours a satisfying gold, finishing with a dense, white head. The simple malt bill is subtly balanced by Bravo hops at “first wort”, and Mount Hood hops during the boil.
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